GREEN Project: HERO Campaign. Somawina Nwegbu , Lauren Todd, Lauren Wood, Emily Wong. Background Diets of US Children. 80-90% of 4-13 year olds do not meet recommendations for fruit and vegetable consumption (ADA 2008) 17% of children aged 2-19 were classified as obese in 2010 (Ogden 2010)
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Somawina Nwegbu, Lauren Todd, Lauren Wood, Emily Wong
80-90% of 4-13 year olds do not meet recommendations for fruit and vegetable consumption (ADA 2008)
17% of children aged 2-19 were classified as obese in 2010 (Ogden 2010)
Adulthood chronic diseases are now impacting children
Focus Group Findings:
Social Marketing Materials (Environment)
Interactive Components (Behavior)
Newsletter to Influence the Home Environment
Posters and Decorated Trash Cans
Posters in the cafeteria space
Posters on the trash cans to discourage waste of fruits and vegetables
Glass cling icons and food descriptions on the lunch line in front of fruit and vegetable offerings
Table top cling signs (semester 2) reinforcing messages
“Be a HERO” Contest
Public Announcement System Jingle
Public Announcement System Messages
Ongoing measure of progress of campaign materials to reach the desired aims
Includes measures of reach, dose delivered, dose received and fidelity of each campaign component
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1) Improved self-efficacy and attitudes towards fruits and vegetables
Validated survey modified from GREEN project(baseline and end line)
2) Parents read and act on strategies from newsletters
Detachable portions of newsletters request feedback
Long term outcomes:
1) Increased fruit and vegetable consumption
Collect the contest passports (baseline, every 2 months, and end line)
Plate waste serves as a proxy
2) Decreased plate waste of fruits and vegetables
Tally the number of food trays with leftover fruits and vegetables
Conducted by research assistants at baseline, midline and end line
Should I put long term outcomes on this slide (and ST on the previous?) Or leave them on one slide?
Screen shot of implementation timeline. Honestly I think we could get rid of the next 2 slides and just go over the screen shot????
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